BKBG Business Blog

BKBG Business Blog

Who sells products in your showroom? Duh, it’s the salespeople – right? Not always. In today’s 24-7-365-connected world where 99%...

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Unemployment in the U.S. remains at historic lows. Finding new team members remains a top challenge for most BKBG showrooms. A lasting side effect...

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How often should you email customers and prospects? That depends on the goals you want to achieve from an email campaign. A goal might be to drive...

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There’s an old curse: May you live in interesting times. The last couple of years have been interesting to say the least. Dealing with COVID,...

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We all have had bad customer experiences. According to Hug Your Customers author Jack Mitchell, a mistake or customer service shortcoming is an...

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If you asked most showrooms what their biggest challenge is, personnel is the answer almost all of the time. A record-breaking 4.53 million...

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“I am going to put a thousand songs in your pocket,” claimed then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs when he introduced the iPod. It was a...

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Reading is comparable to exercise. Most business owners and successful designers know that they should exercise and read more than they do...

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It’s hard to teach old dogs new tricks and that’s one of the biggest challenges showrooms have in adapting to the new customer-buying...

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Contagious – Why Things Catch On, written by U Penn Wharton Marketing Professor Jonah Berger, offers guidance that kitchen and bath showrooms...

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More than 47 million Americans voluntarily quit their jobs in 2021, reports the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The result is that many BKBG...

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Numerous marketing experts claim that kitchen and bath showrooms must deliver compelling, engaging and memorable customer experiences to stand out...

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